So there I am in the Amazon horror section, minding my own business and putting together a DVD report for FEARnet ... when all of a sudden -- BANG! My eyeballs were battered with THIS (look slightly to your right) crazy-ass poster for a movie called The Knight Watchmen. What the! (Lack of question mark intentional.) At first I assumed that the flick had to be yet another escapee from The Asylum, which is where most of the lunatic knock-off movies seem to come from these days.

But nope, The Knight Watchmen (which doesn't even seem to have an IMDb page just yet) seems to be a homemade grass-roots sort of project, and here's what Amazon has to say about the plot: "In the year 2012, the State of Texas seceded from the United States. It began a new form of government and a new system of justice. This justice was upheld by two-man teams. These men would investigate and solve crimes before distributing the punishment. They were judge, jury and executioner."

Ah, so it's a documentary.

Available exclusively at Amazon (for $12.99?!?), The Knight Watchmen comes from an outfit called Ponderous Productions, which I find pretty amusing, actually. Not thirteen bucks amusing, but hey. Someone out there must want to take the plunge, right? Come back and let us know how (bad) it is.

categories Features, Cinematical